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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

"to be in jam", would you say 'li se nan problem."

Wi, ou kapab itilize mo ...pwoblèm, men gen plizyè lòt fraz ki ka di sa pi byen:

I'm in a jam.
Mwen pran nan twa wa.
Mwen pran nan mera.
Men m pran nan moulen.
De pye m nan yon grenn soulye.
M'antrave
M chire
M bannann
Mwen nan yon move enpas

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2 comments:

  1. I like the last two the best.
    M bannann.
    Mwen nan yon move enpas.
    Sounds like "I'm going bananas" & "I'm at a bad impass"

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    1. Yes, the second one is a great literal translation.
      That's what it means in English exactly :)

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